iPhone Game Roundup: BlockBreaker Deluxe 2, Vector Blaster, And More

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    iPhone gaming continues to be one of the most active sections in the App Store. There are over a thousand gaming titles for the iPhone now available. Here are a few recent favorites from TouchArcade.

    BlockBreaker Deluxe 2 ($4.99) - as compared to the "official" Atari Super Breakout, this unofficial version brings more action, power-ups and fun.
    RagingThunder ($7.99) - formerly a jailbreak-only game, this 3D racer successfully brings arcade racing to the iPhone.
    Real Football (Soccer) 2009 ($9.99) - an impressive level of depth and gameplay, recommended for all football (soccer) fans.
    Vector Blaster ($2.99) - fans of Atari's old Tempest game will love this iPhone rendition.
    Papijump Plus ($0.99) - for some reason we can't get enough of this silly little game. The "plus" version offers different levels with new obstacles. If you haven't tried the free version, you should.

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  2. steveleepete macrumors newbie

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    its true...papijump is ridiculously lame that its so awesome. and real soccer rules. i haven't gotten around to raging thunder appstore version yet...may have to pick that one up.
     
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  4. itouchguy macrumors newbie

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    Real Soccer 09 Rocks

    I'm not a soccer fan by any means, but I have to admit Real Soccer 09 is awesome. Controls are a little tricky at first but in a very short time it becomes very addictive. Well worth the $9.99 price tag.
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